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  Quercus lineata
Author Blume 1826 Bijdr. 523
Synonyms Cyclobanalopsis lineata (Bl.)Oerst 1876
Cyclobalanopsis kamroopii (D.Don) Oerst., Bidr. Egefam.: 49 (1871).
hendersoniana A.Camus 1932
lineata var. heterochroa MiQ.1856
lineata var. oxyrhyncha (MiQ.) Seem. 1906
oxyrhyncha Miq.1861
polyneura Miq.1851
Local names
Range Java, Sumatra, West Borneo, Malaysia; 1500-2000 m;
Growth habit may reach 30 m tall; trunk up to 0,6 m in diameter;
Leaves 7-20 x 2-6 cm; coriaceous but thin; lanceolate to elliptic; apex acuminate with 0.5-1.5 cm long cuspid; base acute attenuate, sometimes asymmetrical; margin entire, flat, remotely serrulate at apical half; nearly hairless above; densely greyish brown pubescent beneath, with simple hairs; 14-20 pairs of secondary veins straight, parallel, closely spaced, prominent below, forming an angle of 45-60° with the midrib; petiole 1-2 cm long, slightly tomentose, flat or remotely grooved above;
Flowers April to May; male catkins 5-10 cm long, glabrescent; male flowers solitary or in clusters of 3, perianth tomentose 5-6-lobed , 6-8 glabrous stamens, pistillode replaced by a tuft of stiff hairs; female inflorescence hairy, 1.5-2 cm long, with 5-6 flowers; pistillate flowers with hairy perianth 5-6-lobed, ovary conical,  3 styles 1-3 mm long;
Fruits acorn ovoid, subglobose to cylindrical, 2-3 cm long, 1-3 cm wide, tomentose, base rounded, apex attenuate to rounded; sessile; enclosed 1/3 by cup; cup tomentose, tawny, slightly higher than wide, with 5-10 concentric, denticulate rings of scales; August to December ;

Bark, twigs and

smooth, grey bark; young shoot golden brown pubescent, glabrescent, with lenticels; terminal buds ovoid to subglobose, 2-2.5 cm in diameter; stipules linear, acute, deciduous, pubescent, 10-15 mm long;  
Hardiness zone, habitat not hardy; 
Miscellaneous -- A. Camus : tome 1, p. 207, n° 13;
-- Sub-genus Cerris, Section Cyclobalanopsis;
-- Section Glauca, sub-section Lineatae (Menitsky)

Subspecies and
For A. Camus, Q.hendersoniana is a closely related species, near Malacca;